Study in Ukraine-Poltava Ukrainian Medical Stomatological Academy as follows:
Emphasis on Practical Aspects in Teaching
Moderate Climate around the year
Outstanding International Faculty
Globally Recognized Courses (WHO, UNESCO, EUROPEAN COUNCIL,MCI,USMLE)
European Life Standard
Worldwide Acceptance of Ukrainian Method of Teaching
English Medium of Instruction
One of the Best Transportation systems in Europe
International Students enjoy approximately 30%~ 50% discounts on travel
Enrichment of Experience through Visiting Professors from USA, CANADA, UK
Participation of Students in Seminars/Symposia/Project Work, etc. in other European cities
Bilateral Student Exchange Program with Universities in Germany, Sweden, Finland, Check Republic
Three Months’ Summer Jobs during vacation in countries i.e. U.K., SWEDEN and other E.U. countries
Chances of Permanent Residence & Settlement in Europe after completion of study program
100% VISA assured to deserving candidates
NO ENTRY TEST ,NO TOEFL/IELTS, TUITION FEE ON ARRIVAL,ENGLISH MEDIUM STUDIES
Costs Benefits Accreditation Many courses are globally recognized (WHO, MCI,UNESCO, EUROPEAN COUNCIL, USMLE etc.)
Information about Ukraine
State in Eastern Europe, bordering the east and north by Russia, on the north-west – with Belarus, in the south-west – with Moldova in the west – with Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania. In the south, bordering the Black Sea, to the south-east – the Sea of Azov.
Most of the country is flat, but in the West Carpathian Mountains (Goverla, 2061 m) and on the Crimean peninsula – the Crimean Mountains (Roman-Kosh, 1545 m.)
A few hills (Volyn, Podolsky and Dnieper) and rock outcrops occupy less than 5% of the country. Total area – 603,7 thousand square meters. km. (Crimea – 27 thousand square meters. Km.).
Capital – Kiev with a population of over 2 million 800 thousand people.
Around 48.5 million people. Consists mainly of Ukrainians (77.8%) and Russian (17.3%), are also home to quite a number of Belarusians, Moldovans, Crimean Tatars, and dozens of other nations.
Most of the Ukrainian population professes Orthodox Christianity, with the Ukrainian Orthodox Church believers enjoy 37% to 12% of the Kyiv Patriarchate, the Ukrainian Autocephalous Church of 4% of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church 12%, Roman Catholic Church – 3%. Protestants are 27% of the faithful. The share of other religions account for 4%.
Since 1990, the official language is Ukrainian. Widespread Russian.
The national currency is Hryvnia (UAH). Traveler’s checks and credit cards can be used only in large cities. Accepted American Express, MasterCard and Visa.
Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine
The President of Ukraine
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine
The Supreme Court of Ukraine
National Bank of Ukraine
Among the Slavic cuisines Ukrainian rightly has the status of the most diverse and rich. Due to historical circumstances and geographical location it was influenced by German, Hungarian, Lithuanian, Russian, Polish, Turkish, Tatar and other dishes.
Favorite and most used product in the Ukrainian cuisine is lard in all forms. His use of his extremely diverse. In the food fat is used raw, pickled, smoked, fried, boiled, braised and fat is the basis of most meals.
Very diverse fish and meat.
One of the Ukrainian dishes included in the menu of international cuisine, a soup. For the preparation of the Ukrainian borsch is usually used up to 20 different kinds of products, and this is achieved by its particularly high taste and nutritional value.
Another calling card of Ukraine – a variety of dumplings stuffed with cottage cheese, potatoes, cabbage, and summer – from the berries that are used traditionally with cream and other dairy products.
Desserts and pastries are also very original – a variety of sweet cakes, puhkeniki, biscuits, apple solozheniki, Doughnut and cookies.
Nice soft drinks country – kvass, jelly, muselets, famous uzvar (stewed fruit), and honey, as well as Ukrainian brandy – slivyanka, cherry brandy, Ternovka, casserole. In Crimea and Carpathians produce many varieties of premium wines and champagne.
Holidays and weekends
January 1 – New Year
January 7 – Christmas
March 8 – International Women’s Day
1, 2 May – International Workers’ Day
May 9 – Victory Day
June 28 – Day of the Constitution of Ukraine
August 24 – Independence Day
These non-working days in Ukraine. Are also non-working days, which account for Easter and Pentecost.
Moderate, mainly continental, on the southern coast of Crimea – subtropical Mediterranean.
Average January temperatures range from -8 C in the north-east to +4-8 C in the south of Crimea, July -, respectively, from 18 C to +24 C. Precipitation in the north-west falls to 600-700 mm. a year, in the south-east – up to 300 mm., in the Crimean mountains – 1000-1200 mm., in the Carpathians – up to 1600 mm., mostly – in the autumn-winter period.
The first settlements on the territory of Ukraine appeared in the early Paleolithic. In VII. BC Black Sea to the steppes of Asia settled tribes of the Scythians. VII – V centuries. BC in the Northern Pontic Greeks began to settle created here slaveholding city-state.
The largest of these were Olbia, Tyre, Chersonesos, Bakhchisarai, is a major center of agriculture, fisheries, trade and handicrafts. In V. BC by combining the Greek cities on the Kerch Peninsula emerged Bosporan state with its capital in Pantikapey.
In III – VI centuries. BC, as a result of the great migration of peoples, the territory of Transnistria is Union Middle Slavic tribes. In the IX century. arises from the union of the old Russian feudal state of Kievan Rus. Its peak reached in Kievan Rus X – beginning of XI century.
In the XII century Rus split into separate principalities. In the south-western Russia, which occupied most of the territory of modern Ukraine, spun Kiev, Chernigov, Galich, Vladimir-Volyn and other principalities. In the XIII century the southern Russian lands were invaded by the Mongol-Tatars, becoming possessions Golden Horde.
In XVI century the state became known as the Ukraine. Between XVI to XVII century was difficult for the state, subjected to constant attacks and looting of the Commonwealth. In 1648 – 54 years. general dissatisfaction resulted in the liberation war of the Ukrainian people, which led to the reunification of Ukraine with Russia.
In 1917-20 there were in Ukraine Ukrainian People’s Republic West Ukrainian National Republic, Ukrainian State and the Ukrainian SSR. During the Great Patriotic War, Ukraine underwent the Nazi occupation.
In July 1990, the Supreme Soviet of the Ukrainian SSR adopted the Declaration of State Sovereignty of Ukraine, and in June 1991, created the post of president of the republic.
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